Peter Collins has hit and passed a huge milestone, having had 100 Crosswords published by through the iconic newspaper The New York Times.
It’s been two weeks since the launch of Bring Me Cakes on iOS and developer Alexander Titkov has just delivered to the puzzle game hot and fresh to Android.
The New York Times Crossword puzzle is celebrating 75 years by partnering with Cunard, offering a seven-night transatlantic Crossword-themed cruise.
Level 5’s next puzzle game Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy be out on the 3DS, Oct. 6 for the U.S. and E.U.
Having already landed on Android and Steam, surreal puzzle adventure game Karma.Incarnation 1 will release to iOS on Aug. 24, by developer AuraLab.
Long-time game developer Kumobius delivered its first puzzle app on Android and iOS, the sliding block puzzler Piece Out.
Developer Rusty Lake has revealed Rusty Lake Paradise will the next premium from the Rusty Lake franchise, with additional details of the escape room game.
The first game from developer Gregory Pykacz, follow.trail, has been released for iOS, bringing a deeper take on a minimalist puzzle game.
Long out of print puzzle board game Zendo has a new edition on the way, publisher Looney Labs has announced that it’ll be out late 2017, early 2018.
Lozange Labwill be releasing its next puzzle effort Swim Out to mobile devices on Aug. 10, and is will be bringing it to desktops in September.
Developer Dropout Games, the minds behind the puzzle game Blyss have launched another puzzler with 80’s retro flair for iOS, Neo Angle.
Puzzle-platformer sequel Q.U.B.E. 2 has been pushed back from a mid-2017 launch to one scheduled in “early 2018.”
Little Red Riding Hood has got to get over to grandma’s house in Bring Me Cakes, in this brand new puzzler from first time developer Alexander Titkov.
The upcoming August puzzle events, hunts, tournaments, and featured new releases for the puzzle community.
Organizer Nathan Curtis has announced that the next puzzle hunt from the Boston area group BAPHL, has been set for Oct. 8.
Publisher Gregory Gray has released the sixth issue of variety puzzle magazine Topple and has begun to offer subscriptions through Patreon.
Developer Gareth Noyce announced yesterday that the isometric puzzler Lumo will be lighting up the Nintendo Switch game store soon.
Work weeks can seem to drag on for more than its traditional five days, but the weekend is here and now its time to getting some puzzles solved.